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Feds Spending $880,000 to Study Benefits of Snail Sex

 
Feds Spending $880,000 to Study Benefits of Snail Sex
Posted Thursday, March 28th 2013 @ 7am

(CNSNews.com) – The National Science Foundation awarded a grantfor $876,752 to the University of Iowa to study whether there is any benefit to sex among New Zealand mud snails and whether that explains why any organism has sex.

The study, first funded in 2011 and continuing until 2015, will study the New Zealand snails to see if it is better that they reproduce sexually or asexually – the snail can do both – hoping to gain insight on why so many organisms practice sexual reproduction.

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